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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ A Tory Transport Secretary pledging a national transport policy and oodles of public money for services that don't make money.
▪ Now I've simply oodles of money.
▪ They see a county with oodles of expendable income and not enough places to spend it.
▪ We all need tolerance, oodles of tolerance.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

"lots," 1869, American English (originally in a Texas context), perhaps from the caboodle in kit and caboodle (see kit).


n. lots; an unspecified large number, quantity, or amount.


n. a large number or amount; "made lots of new friends"; "she amassed a mountain of newspapers" [syn: tons, dozens, heaps, lots, mountain, piles, scores, stacks, loads, rafts, slews, wads, gobs, scads, lashings]

Usage examples of "oodles".

There are oodles of bits of crumpet back in the Blight, lying around with their legs open and their little twots pulsating, just waiting for handsome young sergeants like us to come home.

But I've got a better idea: how about a hot fudge sundae with oodles of hot fudge sauce, whipped cream, nuts, and a maraschino cherry?

The jokes ranged from oodles of noodles to snub-nosed Pekingese poodles and on to Peking man, and if we didn't laugh enough, Billy explained the reference to us.